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UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 

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Transmitted herewith is Pennsylvania State Council 
of civil Defense information Circular .Number 80, dated June 3 
1957, which outlines the procedures contemplated by the 
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June 3, 1557 


INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 80 ' 

PUBLIC RELEASE DATE: THURSDAY, JUNE 27. 1957 

STATEWIDE CIVIL DEFENSE TEST - JULY 19$ 7 


PART I - GENERAL INFORMATION 

,1. A national civil defense test, called ”Operation Alert 1957”, 
will be held .during the period July .8 through 19, 1957. States, Territor- 
ies, Possessions and the District of Columbia will participate. 

2. The State Council of Civil Defense and all county and local 
civil defense organisations in Pennsylvania will participate in the July 
test, in the manner hereinafter prescribed,' under, authority, provided in 
Section L of the State Council of Civil Defense Act of 1951, p.L. 28, as 
amended. The primary purposes of test activities carried out within the 
Commonwealth shall be: 

(a) To provide the general public with further, opportunity 

to become familiar with the standard public action 
signals; . 

(b) To further test the over-all effectiveness of State, 
county and local attack warning devices and systems; 

(?) To provide further opportunity for members of the gen- 
eral public to practice basic self-protection measures; 

- (d). To further test State, county and local plans for emer- 
gency mobilization and operations; and 

■ (e) To provide further experience in the solution of prob- 

lems .likely to be faced under attack conditions. 

The test also will serve to stimulate public interest and participation in the 
statewide civil defense program. 


PART II - OUTLINE OF TEST PROGRAM 

3. The principal features of the July 1957 test as carried out in 
Pennsylvania will be as outlined below: 

(a) A public action signal familiarization program, will be 
carried out on Monday and Tuesday evenings, July 8 and 9; 

(b) A statewide public participation drill will be held at an 
unannounced time on Friday, July 12; 


(c) A statewide control center communications drill, some- 
times called a “command post* exercise" or CFX, will be 
carried on from late morning until midnight on Friday, 
July 12; 

(d) inter-county and local operational tests will be held 
as locally desired on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, July 
22 , 13 and 14. 

• Details of the above listed features are presented in Parts III, IV, V and VI, 
below. 


PART III - PUBLIC ACTION SIGNAL FAMILIARIZATION PROGRAM 

4. Information available to the State Council of Civil Defense indi- 
cates that few members of the general public readily can identify and know the 
meaning of the two standard public action signals (i.e, the "Alert" and "Take 
Cover" signals), as sounded on local sirens, horns and whistles. 

5* In order to provide the public with further opportunity to "get 
to know" the two public action signals, therefore, a public action signal famil- 
iarization program will be held on Monday and Tuesday, July 8. and 9, 1957. The 
essential details of this program are listed immediately below. 

(a) Beginning precisely at 7?15 P.M.. B.D.T. , on Monday evening. 
July 8. and AGAIN on Tuesday evening. July 9 . all. county 
and local civil defense organizations will publidy sound 
the long, steady "Alert", or "Attention", signal on local 
sirens, horns or whistles, 

(b) Beginning precisely at 7:30 P.M.. S.D.T. , on Monday evening. 
July 8, and AGAIN on Tuesday evening. July 9. all county 
and local civil defense organizations will publicly sound 
the three-minute, pulsating "Take Cover" signal on local 
sirens, horns or whistles. 

(c) Well in advance of and immediately prior to public sounding 
of the two prescribed public action signals on the evenings 
of July 8 and 9, all County and Local Civil Defense Direc- 
tors will be expected most extensively to publicize the 
exact times and dates of the soundings and most strongly 

to urge everyone to take that opportunity both to learn 
readily to distinguish one signal from the other and to 
learn the exact meaning of each. 

(d) During public sounding of the two prescribed signals on 
July 8 and ‘9, the public at .large will be expected ONLY to 
listen to and "get to know" each of the two signals. 

6, In publicizing the public action signal familiarization program, 
all County and Local Civile Defense Directors willbe expected strongly to - empha- 
size the fact that THE ONLY ACTION REQUIRED IN CONNECTION WITH PUBLIC SOUNDING 
OF THE OFFICIAL "ALERT" AND "TAKE COVER" SIGNALS ON MONDAY AND TUESDAY EVENINGS, 
•JULY 8 AND 9, 1957, WILL BE FOR EVERYONE TO LISTEN FOR AND "GET TO KNOW" THE TWO 
PUBLIC ACTION SIGNALS. No other civil defense or public action shall locally 

be made a part of this particular feature of the July test.' 

7, In the preparation and release of publicity relating to the public 
action signal familiarization program. County and Local Civil Defense Directors 
are cautioned to make certain that the "Alert" and "Take Cover” signals are 
accurately described and their meanings correctly listed. As a matter of con- 
venience, this information is summarized immediately below, . 



(a) The official “Alert", or "Attention", signal is a long, 
steady, non-fluctuating siren, horn or wnistle blast 
listing from three (3) to five (5) minutes in all. 

(b) The official meaning of the "Alert 1 ;, or "Attention 1 ;, signal 
is "Listen for emergency information or instructions!" 

These instructions will be publicly disseminated by radio 
broadcast, by television (unless off the air under Conelrad), 
by public address systems and by other means locally 
prescribed. 

(c) The official "Take Cover" signal is a three-minute long, 
pulsating, or "warbling", siren tone; a three-minute long 
series of short blasts on horns or whistles; or a combin- 
ation of the two. 

(d) The official meaning of the "Take Cover" signal is "Take 
cover immediately!" 

For detailed information concerning emergency sounding of public action 3 ignal 3 
and conditions of warning. County and Local Civil Defense Directors should refer 
to Information Circulars Nos. 71 and 79, dated hay A, 1956 and June 1, 1957, 
respectively. 


PART IV - STATEWIDE PUBLIC PARTICIPATION DRILL 

$. The National Association of State and Territorial Civil Defense 
Directors has received no official acknowledgment of its April 1957 suggestion, 
mad© to the Federal Civil Defense Administration, that a simultaneous, nation- 
wide public participation drill be held on Friday, July 12, 1957* Unofficially, 
however, the Association's Alert Committee has been given to understand that no 
nationwide public participation drill will be scheduled in connection with 
Operation Alert 1957. 

9. In view of the facts stated in Paragraph 6, immediately above, the 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania will join with the States of New Jersey and New 
York in simultaneous conduct of a statewide public participation drill to be held 
on Friday, July 12, 1957. (According to current Information, other states sur- 
rounding Pennsylvania, including Delaware, Ohio, Maryland and West Virginia, 
will hold not statewide public participation drill in connection with the July 
test.) 

10. Essential facts concerning the statewide public participation drill 
to be held in Pennsylvania on July 12, 1957 are outlined immediately below. 

The primary purpose of the- drill will be to provide members 
of the general public further opportunity actually to 
practice basic self-protection measures, namely, to listen 
for and appropriately react to public sounding of standard 
public action signals. . 

The drill will .be held during - dayUght- hours, but its exact - 
time will not be announced in advance of the time it actually 
takes place. 

The "timing" of the drill will be governed by official State' 
Council of Civil Defense declaration of warning Conditions 
Yellow, Blue, Red and White, as prescribed in Information 
Circular No. 79, dated June 1, 1957. 

Immediately upon official declaration of Condition Yellow# 
which will be marked by transmission of a standard Yellow 
warning condition signal over the bell-and-lights system 
and which will take place late in the morning, all county 


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and local civil defense organizations instantly shall 
inaugurate public sounding of the long, steady “Alert 11 , or 
"Attention", signal on local sirens, horns or whistles* 

(If not previously activated, all control centers shall be 
fully activated upon declaration of Condition Yellow, in 
order to carry out the control center communications drill 
prescribed in Part V, below, ) 


(e) Public sounding of that "Alert", or "Attention", signal 

prescribed in Subparagraph (d), immediately above, shall be 
accompanied by the widest possible public dissemination of 
an emergency message worded essentially as follows : "Atten- 

tion, everyone i, A simulated air raid warning has been re- 
ceived* This warning marks the start of today’s statewide 
civil defense test* For test purposes, hostile aircraft are 
now assumed to be more than two hours distant from the City 
of (name of city)," This message may be disseminated by 
radio or television broadcast, by public address systems and 
by other means locally prescribed, EXCEPT FOR THE FACT THAT 
EVERYONE WILL BE EXFECTKD TO LISTEN FOR THE EMERGENCY MESSAGE . 
PRESCRIBED IMMEDIATELY ABOVE, NO PUBLIC ACTION SHALL BE RE- 
QUIRED UPON DECLARATION OF CONDITION YELLOW , 

(f) Following declaration of Cpndition Blue, which will be marked 
by transmission of a standard Blue warning condition signal 
over the bell-and-lights system, county and local civil 
defense organisations will be expected to mobilize those 
forces required for action during Condition Red (see Sub- 
paragraphs (g) and (h), below), IXiring Condition Blue, no 
public action signals shall be publicly sounded on local 
sirens, horns or whistles and no public action shall be 
required . 


Special Note : To further test their ability publicly to 
disseminate emergency messages, county and local civil 
defense organizations may broadcast public test messages 
during Condition Blue, provided such messages are not 
accompanied, or preceded, by public sounding of any public 
action signal (see Paragraph 13 of Information Circular"* - " 
No. 71, dated May 4, 1956), An example of this type of 
message might be, "Attention, everyone! According to the 
plan for today’s statewide civil defense test, hostile 
aircraft are now assumed to be from one to two hours — 
repeat, from one to two hours — distant from the City of 
(name of city)." 

(g) Immediately upon official declaration of Condition Red. 
which will be marked by transmission of a standard Red 
warning condition signal over the bell-and-lights system, 
all county and local civil defense organizations instantly 
shall inaugurate public sounding of the three-minute, 
pulsating "Take Cover" signal on local sirens, horns or 
whistles* Sounding of the "Take Cover" signal may, or 
may not, be; ac comp anied by lo cal broadcast of an appropriate 
emergency message,' as desired. Where such a message is" 
broadcast, it should be worded essentially as follows: 
"Attention, everyone ! The 'Take Cover* signal has sounded. 
All take cover immediately!" 


(h) Immediately upon public sounding of the "Take Cover" signal 
on local sirens, horns or whistles, members of the general 
public will be expected immediately to "take cover". Civil 
defense and police forces will be expected to bring highway 
traffic to a halt and to direct people on sidewalks to seek 
refuge indoors. Trains, aircraft and other scheduled com- 
mercial carriers, as well as emergency vehicles, may continue 
operations* Other details of this particular phase of the 
drill will be the same as in previous statewide public 
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(i) Immediately upon official declaration of Condition White. 
which will be marked by transmission of a standard White 
warning condition signal over the bell-and-lights system, 
all county and local civil defense organizations instantly 
shall inaugurate public sounding of a long, steady “alert”, 
or “Attention” , signal on local sirens, horns or whistles. 
(This will be the day*s second sounding of the official 
"Alert”, or "Attention”, signal.) 

(j) Public sounding of that "Alert”, or "Attention", signal 
prescribed in Submra graph (i). immediately above, shall 
be accompanied by the widest possible public dissemination 
of another emergency message worded essentially as follows ; 
'^Attention, everyonei A simulated civil defense ‘all clear' 

"has been received. The air is now assumed to be clear of 
hostile aircraft. Traffic may now resume movement and all 
people their normal pursuits. This *all clear* marks the 
end of today*s public participation drill." 

(k) Upon public sounding of the second "Alert”, or "Attention”, 
signal and public dissemination of the accompanying emergency 
message required (Subparagraphs (i) and (.1), above) traffic 
may resume movement and people their normal pursuits . This 
will mark the end of the public participation drill. (The 
control center communications drill will, of course, continue 
until midnight.) 

11. To facilitate conduct of the public participation drill, which 
necessarily must be carried out within a limited time. County and Local Civil 
Defense Directors may wish, prior to start of the drill, to provide local radio 
and television stations with emergency messages of the types prescribed in Sub-; 
paragraphs 10 (e), (g) and (j), above. This is permissible, provided that all 
stations concerned clearly understand that each of the three (3) messages shall 
be broadcast at a specific time, namely, simultaneous with or immediately follow- 
ing the first "Alert" signal (to be publicly sounded upon declaration of 
Condition Yellow), the "Take Cover" signal (to be publicly sounded upon declara- 
tion of Condition Red), and the second "Alert" signal (to be publicly sounded 
upon declaration of Condition White). 

12. Appreciable confusion invariably results from simultaneous con- 
duct of a public participation drill and a control center communications drill, 
as required by federal plans for Operation Alert 1957. In order to keep this 
confusion to an absolute minimum, the only public action signals to be' publicly 
sounded in Pennsylvania during the daylight hours on Friday. July 12. 1957. 
shall be two (2) "Alert"! or "Attention", signals (the first to be sounded upon 
official declaration of Condition ^Yellow and the second upon official declara- 
tion of Condition White) and one vl) "Take Cover" signal (to be sounded upon 
official declaration of Condition Red) . The only exception to this restriction 
is that. State Council of Civil Defense Area Directors are authorized to grant 
approval for additional soundings of public action signals, provided the same 
are deemed essential to the conduct of county and local operational tests 
(Part Vi, below). 

■13. The provisions of Paragraph 10, above, obviously preclude the 
conduct of any evacuation test3 during the daylight hours on Friday, July 12. 
Public participation activities of this particular type shall be held after 
dark on Friday, July 12,“ or preferably, on Saturday or Sunday, July 13 or 14. 

■14. County and Local Civil Defense Directors in communities adjacent 
to the States of New Jersey and New York must bear in mind the fact that public 
action signal^ may sometimes be sounded within those States, both on July 12 
and under actual attack conditions, at times which differ from those of sound- 
ings in Pennsylvania. On July 12, however, the prescribed "Take Cover" signal 
(Subparagraph 10 (g), above) and that particular "Alert", or "Attention", signal 
next following the "Take Cover" signal (Subparagraph 10 (i), above) will be 
sounded at the same times in all three States. 


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PART V 




- CONTROL CENTER COMMUNICATIONS DRILL 


35. Essential facts concerning the control center communications 
be held in Pennsylvania on July 12 are as outlined below. 

(a) The primary purpose of the drill will be to provide 
civil defense personnel with further experience in the 
solution of problems likely to be faced under attack 
conditions. 

(to) Start of the drill, late in the morning of Friday, July 
12, will be marked by official State. Council of Civil 
Defense declaration of Condition Yellow. It will auto- 
matically end at midnight, Daylight Saving Time, on the 
same date. 

(c) All State, county and local control centers will be ex-, 
pected to participate, with local centers "reporting 
to" county centers, county centers to Area centers, 

Area centers to State Control at Harrisburg, and State 
Control to Federal Control at Olney, Maryland. 

(d) All operations shall be carried out in the standard 
manner, with .all messages prepared and transmitted as 
outlined in Paragraph 21 of Information Circular No. 

SO, dated May lb, 1$5L. All times used shall be East- 
ern Daylight Saying and shall be expressed on the 
"24-hour clock basis " , where 9:30 A.M. becomes "0930", 
where 2:6o P.M. becomes "IbOO", where 10:30 P.M. be- 
comes "2230‘?, etc. The communications facilities to 
be used will include telephone, teletype and radio. 

(e) Those same declarations of Conditions Yellow, Blue, Red 
and White which govern the public participation drill. 
(Part IV, immediately above), shall also govern, or be 
the "time guides for", the control center communica- 
tions drill. (This means, of course, that the duration 
of Condition Red necessarily will be too short to be 
truly realistic, but "Take Cover" activities which 
would bring highway traffic throughout the State to a 
halt for approximately an hour obviously cannot be jus- 
tified. ) 

(f) The drill will be "built around" a nationwide "attack 
pattern" prescribed .by the Federal Government. This 
will, in all probability, include a number of theoret- 
ical enemy strikes on various targets within the' State 
of Pennsylvania. 

(g) Theoretical enemy strikes made on Pennsylvania targets 
t^il not be aiuiounced. or made -know: , -in advance, but , 
will, instead,' be indicated by special ^Notices of At- 
tack", transmitted and received at the time of each 
theoretical attack. . These notices will indicate the 
exact point of attack, as well as the kind and rated 
power, or powers, of the weapon, or weapons, employed. 
Their method of transmission will not be disclosed in 
advance of actual transmission. 

(h) Throughout the entire period of the drill, only those 
county and local civil defense organizations which re- 
ceive notice of nuclear' attack in the manner prescribed 
In Paragraph' 17 , below, 3hall act , or "play the role of" . 




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bombed communities , All other orgaxSHttions shall act 

S rimarlly 11 jlrx support of" the bonded c^iimunitl es. Where 
esired/ tawever, axy organization may " build"”!© cal , 
or inter-county, activities around minor incidents, such 
as theoretical downing of enemy aircraft, sabotage, etc. 


(i) Any county or local civil defense organization which does 
not receive specific information to the effect that it 
has suffered direct damage from nuclear attach (see para- 
graph 17, below) shall proceed wider the assumption that 
the area under its immediate jurisdiction has not been, 
and will not be, a direct point of theoretical enemy at- 
tack. 


16. typical examples of types of traffic, or the general subjects 
of messages, to be sent and received during the four (U) official Conditions 
of Warning are presented immediately below. 

(a) During Condition Yellow : Control center activation no- 
tice" messages; information, or “intelligence 11 , relating 
to the current Condition of Warning; current meteorologi- 
cal information and data required for preparing plots 

of possible radioactive fallout; reports of locally is- 
sued evacuation orders; and reports of local panic, or 
similar disturbances, if ary. 

(b) During Condition Blue : Further information, or "intel- 
ligence", relating to the current Condition of Warning; 
reports on progress of local evacuation, if ordered; 
county reports on numbers of local control center acti- 
vation notices received; Area reports on numbers of 
county control center activation notices received; re- 
ports on status of mobilization of county and local 
civil defense forces; reports of local sabotage, if 
any; statewide weather summaxy, stressing factors likely 

' to affect possible fire and radiation hazards; and re- 
ports of public reaction to local warning announcements. 

(c) During Condition Fed : Due to the comparatively short 
duration of this condition (necessitated by simultaneous 
conduct of the public participation and control center 
communications drills), messages transmitted during this 
period will be limited almost entirely to “flash" re- 
ports of enemy strikes. 

(d) During Condition White : Added “flash" reports of enemy 
strikes; initial summary strike reports; preliminary es- 
timates of major needs; ground zero location reports; 
"flash" warnings of possible fallout dangers; local law 
and order status reports; special emergency declarations; 
official fallout plots; preliminary situation reports 
from stricken communities; reports of establishment* -of ' 
emergency staging and assembly points; reports of local 
emergency highway controls in effect; preliminary cas- 
ualty reports; specific requirement requests; reports on 
dispatch of convoys; preliminary estimates of housing re- 
quirements; reports of preliminary radiation surveys; re- 
port on establishments of reception centers; special 
medical requests; summary of supplemental strike reports; 
reports on convoy movements; preliminary reports of 
skilled manpower requirements; public utility service 
status reports; and countless others, the vast majority 
of which realistically would not be transmitted until 
after termination of the drill. 

17* Only the County Director of those particular counties wherein 
direct nuclear bomb damage, as contrasted to radioactive fallout, is suffered 


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will receive official Notices of Attack (Paragraph 15 (g), above). Those 
County Directors receiving official Notices of Attack immediately shall, in 
the order indicated : 

(a) Dispatch, within three (3) minutes immediately follow- 
ing receipt of the Notice of Attack , a "flash" report 
of the strike (see Subparagraph 19 (a), below to their 
respective Area control centers; and 

(b) -Dispatch, as soon a3 the outer limit of the D Zone 

blast damage area has been determined (see "Special 
Note", immediately below), a special strike message to 
Local Directors of those political .jurisdictions 
Twithin their respective counties) which suffered 
blast damage as a result of the strike. This special 
message, based on the information contained in the 
official. Notice of Attack, shall be worded exactly as 
follows : "(Name of city or town) hit by a (size) bomb 

at (time). It was a (surface or aerial) burst with 
ground zero at (exact location)." 

(c) Dispatch, immediately following transmission of the 
messages required in Subparagraphs (a) and (b), 
immediately above, a "flash" report of the strike 
(see Subparagraph 19 (a), below) to those Local 
Directors (within their respective counties) whose 
specific areas of .jurisdiction have been determined 
to be outside the range of blast damage and to whom 
the special strike mes sage ( Subparagraph (b ) V immedi-» 
ately above) consequently ha3 not been addressed . 

Special Note : Prior to July 1, 1957, the State Council of Civil Defense will 
furnish all County and Local Civil Defense Directors with an official "Guido 
for Use in Determining Areas of Bomb Damage and Rated Bomb Power". This will 
be designed for use in all future tests and operations; 

18. All Local Directors receiving Special strike messages of the 

type prescribed in Subparagraph 17 (b), above, shall, immediately upon receipt 
of such messages, start to calculate the nature and extent of the damage, as 
well as the numbers of casualties, theoretically suffered within the areas 
under their respective jurisdictions. This readily can be done by applying the 
information and data presented in the damage and power guide (see "Special 
Note", immediately above) to maps of the areas. As this work progresses, 
appropriate damage reports and related messages shall be dispatched to the 
county control center. Several examples of messages of this type, listed in * 
order of transmission, are: "Preliminary reports indicate heavy damage in 

southern half of Johnson Township, but only slight damage north of Center 
Creek" j "Initial casualty report for Johnson Township includes more than 
1,000 persons dead or missing and about 2,500 seriously injured". "Field 
survey made late this afternoon disclosed approximately 275 Johnson Township 
homes damaged beyond repair, roughly 750 deserted but livable after extensive 
repairs, and about 2,000 still inhabited but in need of immediate minor 
repairs". 

19. Based both on information received from Local Directors 
(Paragraph 18, inanediately above) and on detailed computations made by members 
of their own staffs, all Directors of counties suffering direct bomb damage 
shall make complete damage assessment and casualty reports to their respective 
Area control centers. These shall be in the form of a series of realistic 
messages transmitted over a period of hours. Examples of the message texts 
and timing are presented immediately below. 

(a) "Flash" report of theoretical strike. This should be 
dispatched just as soon as it is definitely known that 
a strike had been suffered and long before ary damage 
details or casualty figures are available: "Flash! 

(name of city or town) hit by nuclear weapon at 1435 
hours. Details lacking". 



(b) Initial report of relative bomb power* This should 

be made approximately 20 minutes after attack and should 
be designed to provide a general idea of the magnitude 
of attacks “Scattered reports on area of complete 
destruction,, indicate strike on (name of city) was single 
atomic ais*)biirst u * ' 0r # “Preliminary reports of wide 
area of total destruction indicate two hydrogen bombs 
used in (name of city) attack"* 

(c) . Initial estimate of general situation. This message 

propably could be dispatched about 45 minutes after 
attack and should be designed to provide a "rough 
picture" of general conditions and estimated major 
needs: “Entire southern portion of (name of city) 

destroyed, with widespread area heavy damage and many 
fires* First needs will be large amounts of fire- 
fighting equipment and medical supplies". 

(d) Preliminary evacuation report, if evacuation had been 

ordered. This message possibly would be dispatched 
about one hour after attack and should be designed to 
furnish a rough estimate of relative numbers of 
casualties: "Approximately 75 per cent of people 

believed evacuated from center of (name of city) strike 
area prior to attack* This possibly has kept total 
deaths and serious injuries below 200,000, but has 
resulted in serious crowding and confusion in north 
portion of city and suburbs." 

Special Note : In the drill, only those civil defense 

organizations which have filed local evacuation plans 
with the State Council of Civil Defense as requested 
in Information Circular No. 47, dated January 26, 1954# 
may “play the exercise" tinder the assumption that 
evacuation has taken place * All other organizations 
shall -act under the assumption that there has been no 
evacuation prior to attack. 

(e) The general "approach" situation. Roughly one and one- 

half hours after attack it should be possible to provide 
generalized information as to "how the situation will 
have to be approached". This message should be designed 
to serve as a general guide for developing support 
operations: “Damage and destruction southern part (name 

of city) and current north wind will require centering 
of relief operations northwest - repeat northwest - of 
city. " 

(f) Nature of burst and location of ground zero. Roughly 

two hours after attack, available information should 
make it possible to determine with reasonable accuracy 
the nature of the burst, or bursts, and the ground zero 
point, or points. This message should indicate the 
basis for the conclusion reached: "Aerial survey dis- 

closes huge bomb crater in southern part (name of city). 
Apparently a hydrogen bomb surface burst with ground 
zero at (exact location)." Or, "Sight lines, compara- 
tively small area of total destruction and absence of 
crater indicate air atomic burst over (name of city) 
with ground zero at (exact location)". 

(g) Initial estimate of radiation hazard, A little more 
than two hours after attack, it should be possible to 
make a reasonable estimate of the general situation as 
related to possible radiation hazards. This message 
should include information as to operational limitations: 


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“Fallout plots and preliminary ground surveys indicate 
that radiation throughout southern half of (name of 
city) will prevent — repeat prevent — immediate 
emergency operations in that area and in all areas 
immediately south and southeast of the city," Or, 
"Preliminary surveys indicate no serious lingering 
radiation or fallout from air burst over (name of 
city). Immediate emergency operations possible 
throughout entire area but rapid eastward — repeat 
* eastward — ■ spjread of fires expected because of strong 
west wind"* 

Preliminary estimates of blast damage radii and 
estimate of bomb power. Approximately two and one- 
half hours after' attack, it should be possible to 
calculate the approximate limits of the A, B, C and 
D blast damage zones and to estimate the power of the 
weapon, or weapons, used. This should be a detailed, 
descriptive message referencing both distances in 
miles and specific locations: "Preliminary blast 

damage report for (name of city). Area of total 
destruction extends roughly two — repeat two — miles 
from ground zero, including (names of principal 
facilities, industrial plants,, public buildings, etc.) 
Heavy damage extends out to four — repeat four — » 
miles, including (names of sites and structures) on 
the north, (names of sites and structures) to the west, 
and as far as the (name) River to the east and south. 
Moderate damage extends outward roughly six — repeat 
six *— miles including (names of sites and structures 
and general directions). Light damage reported general 
as far as eight — repeat eight — miles from ground 
zero, including (names of sites and structures and 
general directions). Estimate power of weapon to have 
been one megaton — repeat one megaton". 

Preliminary estimate of casualties. Approximately 
three hours after attack, available information should 
make possible a reasonably accurate estimate of 
casualties suffered. This message should be designed 
primarily for use as a guide in the further develop- 
ment of support operations: "Preliminary estimate of 

casualties in (name of city). As of (time) hours, 
(number) people dead or missing. Seriously injured 
(number, but only (fraction or per cent) of these 
believed capable of rescue. Roughly (number) have 
suffered minor injuries requiring early treatment. 
General movement of casualties will be (direction) 
toward (names of principal Collection points* )•" 

Preliminary estimate of general requirements for 
emergency feeding and housing. Some three hours, or 
. more, after-attack it nay bejpossible, to provide ah 
over-all estimate df "general” emergency care requirements. 
This message also should be designed for use as a guide 
in developing support operations: "Preliminary report 

of emergency care requirements. As of (time) hours, 
(number) people in (name of city) are homeless and will 
require feeding and housing. Approximately (fraction 
or per cent) of total can remain and be cared for in 
city. Roughly (number) will have to be evacuated and 
are being moved (direction) toward major assembly points 
at (names and locations of parks, institutional grounds, 
etc. ) 


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A3 stated, the above are merely examples of the types and general timing of 
messages which should make up "play" of the drill as carried out in counties 
theoretically attacked. They must, of course, be interspersed with and followed 
by many other messages to and from units within the county organization, as well 
as the Area control centers. All should be realistic and should be “built 
around 11 full use of known resources. The total .number of key "attack messages" 
dispatched by the County Director of each county subject to attack should be not 
less than ICO in number. 

20. Proper and effective conduct of the drill obviously will require, 
in addition to the part played by "stricken areas", full participation by all 
county and local organizations acting in "support" roles. The volume of control 
center traffic in these areas will be equally great, but different in nature. 
County and Local Directors in these areas must also develop realistic messages 
based on known resources and capabilities." Following transmission and receipt 
of mobilization messages and reports, there will come numerous assistance re- 
quest messages with required answers* "The latter should not simply be "dashed 
off on paper", but should be based on careful study of specific requests, as 
made by responsible 3 taff members. 

21. Obviously the effectiveness and over-all success achieved in the 
control center comaunications drill will depend primarily upon the volume and 
quality of the traffic, or messages, flowing through not only Area and county 
control centers, but local centers as well. All County and Local Directors and 
members of their staffs will, therefore, be expected to "go all out" in realistic 
conduct of the drill. 


PART VI - INTER-COUNTY OPERATIONAL TESTS . 

22. As a part of the July test, all County and Local Civil Defense 
Directors are encouraged to join in the conduct of inter-county field operational 
tests. The primary purpose of these shall be to test and improve the ability of 
county and local organizations to carry out joint emergency operations. 

23. Inter-county operational tests and similar field operations 
preferably should be carried out on Saturday or Sunday, July 13 or 14. With 
the specific approval of State Council of Civil Defense Area Directors, such 
tests may, however, be conducted during the latter part of Friday, July 12, if 
desired. 



24. In the conduct of any and all field operational tests, the Civil 
Defense Directors of the participating organizations shall be responsible for 
the exercise of all due and reasonable safety precautions, particularly those 
prescribed in Paragraph 9 of Information Circular No. 61, dated Hay 5, 1955* 


PART VII - RELATED INFORMATION 

25. The accidental injury compensation provisions of Section 12.1 

of the State Council of Civil Defense Act of 1951, P«L. 28, as amended, will be 
in force during all training and test activities carried out within the period 
-July8 -through 14, 1957. ' 'f 

26. As of this date, the State Council of Civil Defense has been 
unable to obtain information concerning possible implementation of Conelrad 
during Operation Alert 1957. Should the Council subsequently receive Infor- 
mation to the effect that Conelrad will be placed in operation at any time 
during the test, every effort wUl be made to furnish all concerned with essen- 
tial facts of the matter. 

27. The State Council of Civil Defense will release general infor- 
mation concerning the July test to press, radio, television and other new3 
sources. Primary responsibility for proper release of detailed test information 
and instruction must, however, rest with County and Local Civil Defense Directors. 


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28. The only required report of July 12 test activities will be 
a summary report submitted during the course of the statewide control center 
communications drill (Part V, above)* This report, transmitted through standard 
control center communications channels prior to 8:00 P.M*, E,D.T«, shall include 
summary information concerning: - 

(a) The success of the public participation drill in all 
areas; and 

(b) The number of control centers actively participating 
in the drill* 

29 * In addition to the required report prescribed in Paragraph 28, 
immediately above, the State Council of Civil Defense will appreciate receipt 
of subsequent, written reports of local activities, including pertinent press 
releases and photographs* 

30. Success, or failure, in the July test obviously depends, in 
large measure, upon the full understanding and cooperation of local, county, 
state and federal officials* State Council of Civil Defense •representatives 
have discussed test plans with federal representatives and with most county and 
many local civil defense officials* It is now, therefore, deemed essential 
that all County Civil Defense Directors arrange to meet with their local Directors 
and staff members to discuss the contents of this circular and agree upon final 
details of their test participation. 



Richard GerStell 
Director of Civil Defense 


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SAC, PHILADELPHIA (66-5423) 


SUBJECT: OPERATION ALERT, 1957 


Transmitted herewith is a copy of Philadelphia Civil 
Defense Council, Operations Directive #3, which outlines the 
Action contemplated by the CD authorities for the city of 
Philadelphia) as concerns captioned matter. 


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CIVIL DEFENSE COUNCIL 


OPERATIONS 

DIRECTIVE 

NO. 3 


OFFICE OF THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR 



subject: OPERATION ALERT - 1957 JULY 8 - 19 , 1957 


PART I - • GENERAL -INFORMATION 


1. In compliance with Information Circular No. 80, Pennsylvania 
State Council of Civil Defense dated June 3, 1957, the Philadelphia Civil 
Defense Council will participate in the National Civil Defense test 
"OPERATION ALERT 1957" being held during the period July 8 through 19, 
1957. In Philadelphia test activities will be held on July 8, 9 and 12. 
The Primary purposes of the test exercises carried out within Philadel- 
phia Will be: 


(a) To provide the general public with further oppor- 
tunity to become familiar with the standard public 
action signals; » 

, (b) To further test the over-all effectiveness of the 
attack warning devices and systems; 

(c) To provide further opportunity for members of. the 
general public to practice basic self -protection 
measures; 

(d) To further test Civil Defense plans for emergency 

mobilization and operations; and * 

(e) To provide further experience in the solution of 
problems likely to be faced tinder attack conditions. 

The test also will serve to stimulate public interest and participa- 
tion in the city-wide Civil Defense program.; 


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PART II - OUTLINE OF TEST PROGRAM 

2. The principal features of the July 1957 test as carried out 
in Pennsylvania will be as -outlined below: 

(a) A public action signal familiarization program will 
be carried out on Monday and -Tuesday evenings, 

July 8 and 9; 

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(b) A statewide public participation drill will be held 
at an unannounced time on ^Friday, July 12; 

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(c) A. state-wide. Control. Center Corffitunications drill, 
some tine s called a "command post, exercise" or 
CPX, will, be; carried on from late morning 1 •until 
midnight on Friday, July 12 . 

Details of the above; listed, features are; presented, in. Parts 1 III, IV, V and. .VI, 
below; 

PART III - PUBLIC ACTION -SIGNAL FAMILIARIZATION PROGRAM; 

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3. In. order to provide the; public' with further opportunity to "get. to. know" 

the; two, public action signals, a. Public, Action Signal, familiarization program will 
be, held on. Monday and Tuesday, July 8 and 9, 1957 •: The essential details; of this 
program, are listed, immediately .beloW| - 

(a) Beginning precisely' at 7:15 P.M. , E.D.T. on-Monday , », 

’ evening, July 8, and AGAIN on - Tuesday evening,- July' 9, 

‘Division X (Attack Warning) , will sound the; 'long, > 1 * 

steady "ALERT" or "ATTENTION" ’signal <3 MINUTE STEADY 
' BLAST ON SIRENS, HORNS OR. WHISTLES), throughout, the 

City.; All facilities having sirens, horns or whistles; 
are; requested to. broadcast this signal.; >' 

(b) Beginning precisely' at 7:30 P.M. x E.D.T. on Monday 

evening', July 8, and AGAIN on Tuesday evening.- July' 9. 1 

Division X (Attack Vlarning) , , will sound the; wailing 

"TAKE COVER" signal (3 MINUTE' FLUCTUATING ‘SIREN OR. 

SHORT "BLASTS' ON KQRNSOR, WHISTLES), throughout the, _ , 

City.: All facilities- having, sirens, | horns or whistles 
' are; requested. t« broadcast this; signal.; 

(c) Well in advance and immediately prior to public; sound-; 
ing of the two. prescribed public, action, signals. ort.;the 
evenings- of July 8 and 9, all news media will. ;be used 
^extensively ,toy publicize, the exact, times, and dates of 
the; soundings,- strongly urging everyone; .to take. v the 
opportunity both to. learn, and. readily distinguish; one 
signal ‘from, the other and. learn- .the. exact meaning of 

‘ ■ .each. . , . . • . - i 

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(d) During public sounding of the two; prescribed, signals 
on 1 July 8 and. -9, the public ’at large; will be; expected 
ONLY to listen to and "get to know" each of the tiro 

• signals , ! • 

4. Division 'and. Region, Directors are cautioned, to. make certain, that, the; 

"Alert" and "Taker Cover" signals are ac curat ely\ described and- their meanings 
correctly' listed. As. a. matter of convenience, this, information, is summarized im- 
mediately' below. , 


(a) The official 11 Alert" or "Attention" signal is a steady, 
non-fluctuating blast on sirens, horns or whistles 
lasting for 1 three ’ (3V minutes, 

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(b) The official, meaning of the "Alert" or "Attention" sig- 
nal. is. "LISTEN FOR EMERGENCY INFORMATION OR INSTRUCTIONS!" 

These instructions will be publicly' disseminated by radio 
broadcast, by television, (unless; off the air under Conel- 
rad), by public address systems and by. other means locally 

. prescribed* 

(c) ' The official "TAKE. COVER" .signal is a three. (3)' minute 

, , wailing siren, or short blasts on. horns or whistles*. 

(d) The official meaning of the; "TAKE’ COVER" signal, is “Take 

■ cover immediately!" ‘ 

■ PART IV - STATEWIDE PUBLIC" PARTICIPATION' DRILL 

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•5’*: Pennsylvania will. join. with, the' States; of New Jersey and. New. York; 
in conducting a joint public participation drill to be; held" ort. Friday,. 

July 12, 1957 during 'the; National, test - "OPERATION; ALERT - 1957".; 

6i Essential facts; concerning' the, statewide .public participation, drill 
to be held, on July 12 j, 1957 are. outlined’ below. ’ , 

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(a) The; primary'.purpose;,of, the; drill , Will. be;, to; provide the. ^ 
general, public further opportunity' actually' to. practice * 
basic.. self-protection, measures',-; namely, to. listen, for 
and appropriately , react to public, sounding of standard 
public, action. signals. 

(b) The; drill will be; held during daylight hours, but 'its 
exact time will not be' announced in advance of the time 

, it actually takes place;- 

"(c) The "timing" of the; drill, will be; governed by official. 

State; Council of Civil Defense; declaration of. warning 
Conditions Yellow, Blue',, Red and White over the Bell-and-, 
Light System. 

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(d) Immediately upon: official . declaration j of Condition Yellow* . ■ 

■ • ' which, will be. marked by transmission of a; standard. Yellow 

r warning condition signal over the BeH-and-Lights; system 
and; which, will, take ' place; late ah. the; morning, Division X ' 
(Attack Warning) shall Instantly* inaugurate the sounding, of , 

, the Alert signal on the sirens. >A11 Control; Centers -shall 

• ■ b'e fully activated upon, receipt' of the signal in, order to 

carry out; the; Control. Center communications drills prescribed- 
in. Part ' V, below.; , ^ 




(e) Immediately following the sounding of the ’'Alert" 
signal an emergency message shall be broadcast by 
the widest possible means for public dissemination. 

Except for the .fact that everyone will be expected 
to listen for this emergency message, no further 

, action on the part of the public will be required. 

(f) Upon official declaration of Condition Blue . which 
will be marked by a standard Blue warning condition 
signal over the Bell-and-Lights system, a log entry 
will be made of the time and NO further action will 
be taken. 

(g) Immediately Upon official declaration of Condition 
Red. which Will be marked by transmission of a 
standard Red warning condition signal over the Bell- 

, and-Lights system. Division X (Attack Warning) shall 
instantly inaugurate~public sounding of the three- 
minute. wailing "Take Cover" signal on the sirens. 

(h) Immediately upon sounding of the "Take Cover" signal 
on sirens, horns or whistles, members of the general 
public will be expected immediately to "take cover" .; 

Division II (Security) Will be expected to bring high- 
way traffic to a halt and to direct people on side-- 
walks to seek refuge indoors.; Persons in buildings 
will close windows, pull down, blinds and shades and 
proceed to shelter areas. Persons at home will be. ex- 
' pected to follow the same prOceedure. Trains, air- 
craft and other scheduled commercial carriers, as Well, 
as emergency vehicles, may continue operations. 

(i) Immediately upon official declaration of Condition 
White, which Will be marked by transmission of a stand- 
ard. White warning condition signal over the Bell-Snd- . , 

Lights system. Division X (Attack Warning) shall ins tan t- 

i ly inaugurate public sounding of a long, steady "Alert", 

, or "Attention" signal on the sirens. (This will be the 
day’s, second, sounding of the official "Alert" or "Atten- 
tion" signal. Following the sounding of the "Alert" 

■ signal an emergency message shall be broadcast by the 
widest possible means for public dissemination.) 

(j) Following this '"Alert" signal and the accompanying dis- 
semination of the emergency messages, traffic will 
resume movement and people their normal pursuits. This 
will mark the end of the public participation drill. 

(The Control Center Communications drill Will, of course, 
continue until midnight unless sooner terminated.) 

7. Division II (Security) will coordinate traffic control on interstate 
bridges during the "Take Cover" period of the test with the authorities or the 
appropriate officials of the New Jersey communities concerned. 


drill t« be 


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PART/V* CONTROL ‘CENTER COMMUNICATIONS. DRILL 

i t l 

B, ' Essential facts concerning , the Control Center Cosmuni cations 
teld in Philadelphia, on July' 12. are as, outlined below: 

(a j. The primary' purpose of the; drill will, be .to; 

'provide. Civil Defense, jpersonnel/with, further 
experience in. the. solution, of * problems , likely 
to. be faced under attack; conditions.: 

(b) Start of the. drill, late in the morning; of 
Friday, July: 12, will, be marked by official 
"‘ State Council, of Civil Defense declaration *of 
Condition Yellow. It will automatically end.- 
at midnight. Daylight Saving Time, on/ the same 
date. • ' , 

(e) ' All" times used shall be Eastern Daylight Saving 
and shall 1 be expressed on the "24-hour clock 
basis" , where; 9:30 A.M. becomes "093Q'% where; 

2:00 P.M.- becomes "1400", where '10:30 P.M., be- 

‘comee ,, 2230. ,, ,• etc. ‘The communications ‘facili- 
ties to. be. used will, include telephone/,- tele- 
, type; and -radio 

(d) Those same declarations of Conditions' Yellow, 

Red/ and. White, which, govern the. public partici- 
pation, drill,' shall also govern, or 1 be. the * 

“time guides for", the Control Center communi- 
cations d rill .: (This means, of course, that, 

the. duration of Condition Red necessarily * will 
be. too short, to be truly realistic, "but' activi*» 

" ties which; would. bring highway' traffic through-; 
out. the; City to a halt for approximately an 

hour obviously 'cannot, “be; justified. ) 

! * « 

(e) 'The drill will be. "built around", a nationwide; . 

•'attack' pattern" .pres crib edby the Federal Govern- 1 1 
ment. This will, in. all - probability V include a 
number of theoretical, enemy strikes on. various 
targets within, the; State of Pennsylvania,.' ' 

(f) ■ Theoretical enemy strikes made on Pennsylvania 

targets Will not be announced, or made known . 
in advance , but; will, "instead,- be; indicated, by, 
special. "Notices; of At tack "j transmitted and; re- 
ceived' at. the; time of each theoretical, attack.; 

These; notices, will, indicate, the exact point of 
.attack,;, as well, as; the kind, and rated, power,; or 
powers, of the; weapon’, or weapons,- employed;.- 
Their method. "of transmission, will. not. be. dis- 
closed in advance; of actual, transmission. 


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9.; Region, and District Directors should be on the; alert to 
receive “Notices of Attack” that may be; delivered to them.'in sealed envelopes, 
or by. other methods of .communications. , , 

Immediately' upon, the; receipt of such a.' message a “flash., 
report" shall, be; immediately;- sent by the quickest means available to the; next 
higher Control Center •which, win .be forwarded through channels' to the Main. 
Control Center. After forwarding the; "flash” message .the; Region and District" 
Directors concerned, shall . immediately start to calculate the; nature and'ex- 
tent of the damage, as well, as" the. number of casualties theoretically' suffered 
within the; areas under their respective; jurisdiction.. As;, this work; progresses; 
approximate; damage; reports, shall' be; dispatched through, channels to Main Control 


PART VI - RELATED INFORMATION 


10. The accidental, injury .compensation provisions of Section 

12.1 of the .State. Council of.Civil. Defense Act of ■ 1951 ,~P. L . 28 y- as- amended, 
«ill be in. force, during all training and .test activities ;carried : -out within, the 
period July S through 14, ,1957. . . .. ‘ ’ < 

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11. ; Success; or failure, *.ih the July test obviously depends, in 
large measure,; upon, the full understanding and. cooperation. -of * the entire Civil 
Defense organization. 


June 19,. 1957 




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Philip Klein. 
;Executive; Director 




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tTANOARQ FORM MX M 


Office Memordndum 


UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 


Parsons 


/faom «: JV 


DATE: 6-25-57 


SUBJECT; 


■sj RELOCATION SITES 
O OPERATION ALERT 1957 




J>/any field offices for the purpose of 
Operation Alert 1957 will not occupy their chosen 
and officially approved relocation sites* These 
field off toes have advised that they r will' move to a more 
expedient site such as a resident agency for Operation 
Alert 1957 • 2 {any factors such as economy, security, 

or local’ conditions make .this a practical procedure . 
However, the Laboratory will, for damage assessment 
work, assume that the field offices have relocated in c 
their chosen officially approved sites . (Vfc* 


ACTION t For information only. 



6 4 Jill 2 1957 


RECORDED -8S 

EX-1 1? 



Datei 

To: 


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JUne 36, 2957 


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^■^oardman 
j/r* Belmont 
Mr. Sizoo 
Mr. Moore 
Mr. Baumgardner 
Mr. Bland 
Mr. Brant gan 

Sec BX°comiEn service 

Mr. Mtnnich 


Evaluation Of ft cor 

In caro of Office of Bo fen to Mobilisation 
Boom 824, SOB, (Old State) 

Waehington 25, 3. C. 


front John Edgar Hoover, Birecior 

federal Bureau of Investigation 

O 

Subjeot: OPERATION ALERT - 1957 

Report for Period 12 /toon, 

JUne 19, 2957, to 22>,Npon, 

June 26, 1957 


Situation c lonely followed for indications 
of an it action e nec ee ear y to fully implement % 

reeponetbtlittee thte Bureau • % r~ 

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NOTE: 

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Address is as required by OJM instructions . ¥• 

Memoranda Belmont to Boardman, 6-6&17-57, advised this 
report required by OHM and that terminology would be 
as set forth. This report must he delivered via 
courier by 5 P.M., EDST, 6-26-57. 


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Nichols 
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' standard FORM now 64 


Office fyLemoranduifi • united states government 


TO t -Kfl* L._7. BOARD MAN 


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datb: Ji/Iy 2, .2957 


SUBJECT: DEFENSE PLANS • — OPERATION ALERT 1957 


On June 128, .1957, John Airhart, relocation officer 
of the Department , telephontcally advised Supervisor Minntch, 
Bureau Defense Plans' Desk, that the Attorney General and 
\ Mrs. Brownell will be out of the United States traveling in' 

I Europe, from. July 17 to August 27 „ 1957, inclusively. 



Wifttcirow^ 

Tele* Ro 
Holloman , 


Airhart advised' William E. Foley, Executive Assistant, 
Internal Security Division* Department of Justice, will be the 
duty officer in charge of*the Department's’ relocation site at 
12 noon, iEDST, July 12, 1957,. when the alert sounds. Atrhart 
pointed out the question might arise regarding Foley's granting 
authorisation for placing the Emergency. Detention Program into 
effect since Foley does not possess such authority. Atrhart said 
Foley will .respond to such a request by .stating that upon the 
instruction* of the Attorney General, at the direction of the 
Attorney General, or some such, words to this effect, authorisation 
'is granted >to<place the Emergency Detention Program into effect. 

1 , Airhart also furjrtshed the summer residences, >of the 
Brownell family . A letter*1xas been sent to pertinent field off toes 
reminding them* of contents of No Number SAC Letter 55~K which 
instructed that in the event of an emergency each off tee ts to 
render dll assistance possible under the ctrcumstanoes ■ to the 
Attorney General's family. 


ACTIONS 






For information. 

1 - Mr. Boardman P. 

1 - 1 (r . Belmont 
1 - Mr. Roach 
1 - Mr. Daunt 
1 - Mr. Minntch 


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EX-127 



§5 JUL 251957* 


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yellow 
3^- section 
1 - Mr* Minnich 


CODE 


7/3/57 


RADIOGRAM 


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SAC* 8, BUFFALO f0S . 

CINCINNATI T>$0 
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PUP LAN 9 - OPERATION ALERT 1957 ♦ C'OAtf’il' BOTtf &1<7 LETTER 57-57 

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(UJ, 42® FURNISH INFO BY 8# RADIOGRAM AS INDICATED . 4IX 
OFFICES FURNISH NAMES OF AGENTS MANNING SITE AND DUTY HOURS • 
CJM7I/W42T Aim=CMAmMA=^ITT t IN ADDITION, FURNISH RELOCATION 
SITE OR SUBSTITUTE SITE AND MEANS OF CONTACTING THAT SITE* 

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1 Mr . Boardman 
1 - 2lr* Belmont 
1 - i/r, Sizoo 
1 - Mr. Moore 
l - -Mr. Baumgardner 

1 - Mr. Bland 

2 - Mr. Branigan 

BT COURIER SERVICE 


1 - Section 
1 - Mr. Minnich 

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■/ Baft July 3, 1957 

Tat Evaluation Officer 

In care of Office of Defense Mobilisation 
Boom 234 BOB, (Old State) 

Washington 26, B. c. 

Trout John Edgar Doo&er, Director 

federal Bureau of Investigation 

O 

Sub foot t OPERATION ALERT - 1957 

REPORT TOR PERIOD 13 ROOM, 

Jim; 26, 1957, f 13 MOM, 

JULY 3, 1957 


* Situation olosely followed for indications 
of any notions necessary to fully implement responsi - 
Dilutee this Bureau • 


JTM:kdh^p^ 

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MOTE ON YELLOW i 



Address is as required by OEM instructions • Memoranda 
Belmont to Boardman 6/6 'and 17, 2957, advised this report re- 
quired by ODM and that terminology would be as set forth * This 
report must be delivered by /Courier by 5 p.m. EDST . 7/3/S7. 

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STANDARD FORM NO. «4 


Office Memorandum 


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SUBJECT: 


Ur . ;£♦ 7* Boardman 


Mr. A. H. 


seln ° ni m% 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 


datb: June '27 9 1957 


DEFENSE PLANS - 

Operation alert 1957 

ASSUMED SITUATIONS AND ACTIONS 



Situation Report 'Number 5 dated June 27 9 . 1957 9 
emanating from the ‘White House has been received and it is 
in the ^nature of a news flash which indicates the communist 
attack against the allied nation in which United States forces 
were engaged' tn June 20 is continuing * 


IViaterrowJ 
Xele, Room 
lUUoma* 
Ghty 


This assumed . Situation Report is for use in connection 

I with Operation Alert only * Its contents require no action 
by the Bureau and you will be kept advised upon receipt of 
additional Situation Reports •* 


ACTION 



1 - Mr *. Roardman 
1 - Mr* Belmont 
1 - Mr* Branigan 
1 - Mr*, Bland 
1 - Mr* .Bartlett 
1 - Section 
1 - Mr* Minnich 




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3 <}i!L 3 1957 



*TAr<MftO ro*M NO. 64 


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Office Memorandum • united states government 


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MR. A . H. BELMONT 


/ 

f prom : MR. R. R. ROACH 


subject: DEFENSE PLANS - 

^OPE RATI ON ALERT 1957 
COHMUNICfflrCNS' 



DATE: July 2, 1957 


ToUm. 


NicfccU — 

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B*f©oa< M 
Masoo i 

Parsons , 
Roseau 
Taco© — 
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Attached to the tickler cojpy for Mr. McGuire 
are instructions pertaining to [communications for the 
Department of Justice-Immigration and .Naturalisation 
Service relocation site which were received from Mr. J. 
Defense Plans Coordinator } Department of Justice., J 


Viacerrowd 
T 'tUm Room* 
Holloa an , 




structions 



That the Communications Section utilise these in- 
: in connection with Operation Alert 1957. ' ' 


1 

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Mr. Nichols 
Mr. . Belmont 
Mr. McGuire 
:section 
Mr. Minnich 



Wherry) (with enclosures) 


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5 SJUNll 1957 



S3 JUL 3 1957 




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Letter to SAC, Albany 

REl BUPLAMS - OPERATION ALERT 1957 


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to this data as though occupying its officially approved 
relocation site, ite « if bomb dmigv or fall-6pt data 
affect the site occupied Jbr Operation Alert 1957 only 
but does not affect the officially approved site, it 
will not be necessaryh to simulate moving from the site 
as required by SAG Letter 57-37 (A) (6J* ' 

i 

V 1 : 

All offices are advised that some adjustments , 
in field office duty ‘hours were made at the Bureau 
in order to conforjn with the Bureau's instructions 
regarding manning of relocatinn sites. 



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FIELD OFFICE OFFICIALLY APPROVED 

RELOCATION SITE T 


RELOCATION SITE 
OPERATION. ALERT 1957 
AM PERSONNEL * 


Albany, JIT. Y* Otesaga Hotel 

Cooperstown, N, Y • 

Tel . Cooperstoton 638,688 


Albuquerque , N. if. The Chemistry Building 

New Next co Institute 
of Mining and Technology 
Socorro, N. M . 

Tel . 588, Ext . 25 




Resident Agency 
Schenectady, N. Y • 

Tel. Franklin 4-3344 
11 a.m. ^fco IQ p.». 7-25-57 

84 1 I 

20 p.n. 7-12-57 to b6 

9 <J*w* 7-13-57 b7c 


54 Joseph A . UcQraw 
9 a,m • to 9 p.m. 7-13-57 
SA | | 


Resident Agency 
Las Cruces, N • J/. 

Tol* Jackson 6-2351 
10 7-2£-yf7 

SA 


4 

SA 

10 p.vt. 7-12-57 to 


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n.m. 2x 18-57 


4 a.vi. 7-13- 57 

sa \ 1 


b6 

b7C 


4 ~to JO ? f **Jt3**57 

29 cum* to 4 p.w. 7-13-57 

S A I 

4 p*j»* to 9 p*m» 7-13-57 
SA Carlton 


Anchorage , Alaska AAES Building 

Palmer, Alaska 

Tel . Palmer 3101,3102 


Anchorage Office 

C, W . Radio Station 

Anchorage, Alaska 

Radio - FBI CW Radio Channels 

Tel . 30771 

11 a.m.-ll p.m, 7-12-57 
SA Doyce E . Cochran 
11 p.». 7-12-57 to 
11 o.m. 7-13-57 

54 


b6 

b7C 


22 a.».-7 p*i?u 
5-4 Cochran 

7 p*m ± ^8 p.m. 7-13-57 
SA \ I 

tf2*ime« stated are Eastern Standard Time with exception of 8 p*m., 7-13-57 
which t$ the local standard time of respective field offices . 

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Atlanta, <fcu 



Berry Schools 
Seme, Oa* 

TeU Seme 6374,3219 


Beeident Agency 
Seme, 0a * 

7*2* Seme 5304 
H *«■* -IX P*m* 7 » 12 S 7 
SA I I 

22p*»* WW7 * 

8a.i( 7-23-5?' 

34 1 I 

3 flAj 3 P.1U 7-23-37 
3A I I 


b6 

b7C 


m. 


Birmingham, Ala, 


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Westminster Sigh Sehee 2 
btugmoll Avenue 
Westminster, Udm 

Tel. Westminster 
295,331 


Primary School 
Cullman, Ala • 
7*2* <fc22oo* 72<S 


t 


Resident Agency 
rredertok, Ud « ■ 

7*2* 2 fom«*nt 3-2323 

7-23 -37 

.22 p*M* 7-23-37 ** 

22 mu 7-13-37 
34 1 I { 

22 Alto a 3 t »* 7-23-57 
SA 


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Primary School 
Cullman, Ala • 

7*2. Ctt22a« 723 * ■ 

22 oau - 22 i>*»* 7-23-5 7 

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22 j»*»* 7-23-57 i* 22 a, «». 
7-23-S7 b6 


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34| _ 

I2 «ua* - 3 P*» * 
34 


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b7C 


13-57 


* 7#*** *t<tt*tf or* 3o*«*n» Standard Time with eaeeptienjf 0 p*j 
7-23-57 which te the local standard time of respective field offices » 


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Butin, Uaet, 


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Buff a, Ma ni* 


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Baar/iaU Aaadamy 
D**rft*X4, Jfoii* 

2*#2» *r#aa#** 3-332* 


Mid*** Agamcy 

I Rfl&gi/SSfe 

« «.«.5w p.». r-w-ar 

At Bob art r. aowtdert 

20 p«n« f-iwy *♦ 

5 a.*. P-23-3? 

At Waltar J* Brody ^ 

9 a.n. - a p«b« r-i3~sr 
At 3amdara 


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ffottl vtlliamBaaeook 

^uialnitii/hei, awa 


cm* a«n 

J*#r Lodga, Man** 
Tal. Daarladga 969 


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Baaidant Aganey 
Boohaatar^M T# T* 
ft 2. 3a**r 5-1660 

21 a.w«-ll P.m. 7-12-57 
At ,1 

II, p.». 7-12,-57 *0 

II fl-»l 7-7.9-57 

Sit I 1 

II a«ro»r3 p«wu 

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oifyvm 

Damr Ladga, Moat. 

3 % 2 * BaarMga 996 

12 qa » ix *»*♦ r-ia- sr 

At I _ 1 

22j>a»* 7-18-57 09 
11 a.m. 7-19-57 

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b6 

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7-19-57 mhioh t$ fha Ideal atm d*rd tin* At raapaafiaa fiald af/tcaa. 

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Char let**, JT. c* Chambers Building 

Davidson, jr« C* 

Tel* 6 /p drier Martin 
College Treasurer 
^Dacideon 3071 



Chicago, III* 


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Rorthem Illinois 
Unicerotty 

semh Au 

Tolu Dekalb 6-3441 


\ 

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Cincinnati, Ohio Sunday School Wing 

SO* Pwl'o Soemgelioal 
and Ref armed Church 
TOTMorth-OhieStreet 
Sidney j Ohio 
reIu~Myue*Bth0-981l~ 


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Redden* Agency 
Hickory, Jr« c* 

Tel* 3938 

U a*Mu~ llduMu 7-18-37 
SA Roland f. Trent 
11 pun* 7-13-57 tO 
U <**». 7-13-37 
SA Cornea T* Magher 
ll a.*. - 6 p*n* 7-13-37 
sa Trent 

Korthem Illinois Univeretty 

Cafeteria Building 

Dem lb* III . 4 

TeU BeXalb 6-8973 

11 a # «* 9-UuUu 7-18-37 

SA Janes T* Mtreland 

9 puWu 7-18-37 to 

9 «.»♦ 7-13-37 

SA sol 8 * Bends 

9 M* - 0 PuUu 7+13-37 , 

SA Moreland 


Resident Agency 
Dayton Ohio 
Tel % genlock 1-7465 4 
li' -k-xJ=2J- a^jtL. JZ=l2-$ 7 


SA 

ll p^[^7=?IZ=W773 u 

II a-™- 2=13-52. l il 

^» l , I 

ll a.m. -8}p 7m7> • 7-13-57 
SA Donohue 


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* Tines stated are las tern Standard Tine with exception of Q »♦»•# 
7-13-37 which to the local standard time of respect ice field efftcee. 



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Cl* 9* load, Ohio 


Pallia, Tex* 


Denver, Colo * 


American Legion 
Mi #121, Thurston 
22X2 

Tranent* Ohio 
TeUXidenl 8-3391 


Resident Agency 
Toledo, Ohio 
Tel * Cherry 3-0134 
n q,H,-n p.w, 7 * 


-12-5? 


11 p*»* 7*25*57 to 
11 9«», 7-13-57 
34 Ted Brt Ghetto 
22 -fidb* 8 p*au 7-13-57 


Slensntary School Elene^iory School 

Texas state Orphans HooXTexas state Orphans Sons 


£ d r **£? *** ?*• ^trsicana, Texi ’™ 

^#2* rr«mo»* 4-3262 Tel . 3Ve»<m* 4-3562 

22 «*»♦* 22 p*», 7-18-S7 
SA Saris Haley 
22 p«*« 7-13-57 to 

11 SmSm 7 - 13 - 5 ? , 

34| 

, 22 o.»* * 8 p,*, 7-23-57 
54 Haley 

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Student Union Building Resident Agency 
Colorado ASM College Tort Colltns, Colo* 

Tort Collins, Colo • Tel « Hunttr 3-3432 


Tel . #k* t«r 5*5300 


2V2* Hunter 2-3422 
22 a«S«~ 22 p*». 7-12-57 
34 William 2* Robinson 
11 p 4 «* 7-12-57 to 
It a* a* 7-13-57 
34 Kenneth Brtdsnstine 
11 a«»« * 8 p.». 7*23*57 
34 5o2>f»«<m 


f^ Sastsm Standard Tine Mth exception of d p*n* M 
7-13-o 7 which is the local standard tins of respective* field Off ices* 


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FIELD OFFICE 


OFFICIALLY APPRO 7 ED 

RELOCATION SITE 


ifetroit, Michigan Law Quadrangle 

University of Michigan 
Ann Arbor , Michigan 
(currently being 
negotiated ) 


RELOCATION SITE 
OPERATION ALERT 1957 

and personnel » 


Resident Agency 
Ann Arbor , Michigan 
Tel* Normandy 2-2597 
11 «,», to ID p*m* 7 -12-57 
SA I 1 b6 

la D*W* 7-12-57 T# b7C 

7-13-57 
SA \ 

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SA 


<t.m. ftj 


?to 8 p.n. 7-13-97 


El Paso, Texas 


Gymnasium, Van Horn 
High Sch o ol 
Van Horn, texas 
Tel * Van Horn 167 


Resident Agency 
Midland, Texas 
Tel * Mutual 2-4766 

11 «■».- *. IS M idnight 7-12-S7\ 

SA I __ I 

:12i01 a,m» to 

12 nun 7-13-57 


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12 noon t o 6 p.m * 7-13-57 
SA 


Honolulu, T . H. 


Birkheimer Tunnel 
Diamond Mead Crater 
Oahu, I* H. 

Tel* 7-2161 


Birkheimer Tunnel 
Diamond Head Crater 
Oahu, T* H* 

Tel * 9-2161 

11 a *m* to 8 p*m* V$i$-57 
SA Harry L. Albrecht 
8 p*m* 7-18-57 to 
5 a *m* 7-13-57 
SA Leo S . Brenneisen 
5 a *m* to2 p.m. 7-13-57 
SA Albrecht 

2 p*m* to 8 p*m * 7-13-57 
SA Brenneisen 


*Times stated are Eastern Standard Time with exception •/ 6 7-13-57 

which is the lscsl standard time sf respective field sfficw*' 



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Houston^ Texas Texas Agricultural 

4 Mechanical College 
£oJ lego Station, Texas 
Tel* r icier 6-7416 


Mianapolts $ Second floor, Xo» School 

\ 3«<2d|iiy # Indiana 

University, Scot $hird 
Street and South Ind tana 
\, Avenue 

N £ leoningten, Indiana 

7»* t n f ^ j i . 



wMjm m2 


Texas Agricultural 
A Mechanical College 
College Station , Texas 
Tele Victor 6-7416 

iJ Aa . ? i n > 

il'-pTWl 1+11*57 to 

ll a.n* 7-13+57 
8 A 


b6 

b7C 




JJ.» # 7-23^57 

#A \ | 

4 5SZ3£2^u», 7-13-67 

SA I T 

Resident Agency 

Terre Maute, Indiana 

Tel • Cranford 

11 a**, t« a o. 

— 

« P.«i. 7-12-S? to 


\V 

ndiana 

ms 

'.¥*7-12-3^ 


M 


Kansas City , Mo* Conception College 

A Seminary 

Conception June t ion, Me* 
Tel . ii2 # ' 


* f * D t n7 ™^* 7 


Conception College 

<• otfafrtury 

Conception Junction, Mo * 
5V2» 22>l, 

£♦»• J*,/ 21 T-19-37 

* bAC Saul H* Stoddard 
22 p*n* 7-12-37 to 
22 o«a, 7-13-s? 

8A ■ 


*?.£•»? to 8 p.a* P-23-$? 
^*»^c Stoddard 


w2ss.W5 ts^tfpss *^ &?/•»•» 7 - i3 - sr 


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imLssmjL 


Knoxville, Tenn* 





HUM 


Merner Pfi offer 
Library Building 
Tonne ssee Wesleyan 
Collage 
Athena, Tenn * 
r#l* xthtna 537,9133 


Little Bock, Ark * 


lot jingle#, Calif* 


! i 


U*S.Pree Bath Bouse 
Building ‘ 

Hot' Springe , Ark * 
r#2* «4Tot* ourr o»t2p 
in* tailed. Facilities 
available for immediate 
hookup in emergency* 


f Ulanova preparatory 

School 

OJat, California , 
TeU Milton 6*1464 
Milton 5-2465 



2«t,icten* Xyency 
Chattanooga, Tenn * 

Ta2» ilwfttra* 5-3502 
f 4*A*rat 5-5602 
4»fcerat 7*0033 
22 a**.- 22 p«*,ra^?l 
4540 Bober t AJAndertaenji 
11 p*m* 7*13*57 to b6 ' 

22 o.». 7-23-57 

54 I I d 

22 «•»• - 5 -pt«»7gZ3«K| 
ASAC Andersen 

Resident Agency 
Camden, Ark * 
r#2; r«»pi# 5-5502 
22 a.n.*ll< n.n. 7*1 2*51 
8A \ I 

22oV** 7*18*57 to 
22 P.». 7*13*57 
SA I ^ 

22 j>*«u - 3 p.n.V-WS-STi 

sa CzzD 

f Ulanova Preparatory 
School 
OJai, Calif + 

Tel * Milton 5-2464 
Milton 6*1465 , 

1 1 
SA 


22 p.** - 7-22-0/ 
12 fl«a» 7*13*57 
SA I 

22 o.«i* - 6 p*». 

” ■ 5 X [ | 

»r*»«a at«*«<* «r* Sastem Standard Tine with exception o/^ap.». 
whicfc $a 2ooo2 standard tine 0 / raapfottue field offices* ^ 


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UIUL QffICS 


Louie Vi lie, My, 


Memphis, Tenm 


Miami, fla. 


oi'ricrATj.r jgffl ftffffl* 

WmSEMMST^ 


V' 3 * Turk ? Re eer vat ton 
Mammoth Cave, XT* 

Teh Mammoth Cave 396 
(Glasgow, My*, Exchange) 


Reetdent Agency 
307 Poet Office 
Building 

Glarkedale, Mtee , 
Tel, Main 4*4896 


Boca Baton Motel 6 
Club * 

federal Highway 
Route #1 At Banyan 
Road 

Boca Baton, ria, 

Teh Boca Baton 3151 
Boca Raton 3156 
Boo a R a ton 3157 
Boca Raton 315$ 
Teletype*Weet Palm Beach, 
fla < * 04 ■* 



Reetdent Agency 
Bowling Green, My, 

Teh fiotor 3-4734 
Rj^Ma+SsOmM^ 3£m3^*57 

B P*»* 7 -18-57 tO\ 

8 0,m 7-13*57 1 L 
3A Marcus 3* Wallace 
Q aim- 6 d *m, 7*13*57 
MA I I 

Reetdent Agency 

307 Poet Off tee Butlding 

Clarkedale, Mice . 

Tel , Main 4*4685 
11 a>m>*H p.». 7*18*57 
54 John p* Sullivan 
11 p,n, 7*18*57 to 
11 q.». 7-l3*xv 
BA | — - 


^ 3 P*m?*l3*5? 

BA Sullivan 

i 

Bo co Raton Motel 6 Club 
federal Highway Route #2 
At Banyan Road 
Boca Raton, fla , 

Teh Boca Rato* 5419 
11 a£aM*12£Rdm. 7+12*57 

I _ 

lipoma: 7+18+57 to 
H OiUp 7+13*57:2 J ’t ' ’ • ’ c \ i 
RA,R,-w» Wiseman 
11 o»m» - $ p,m, 7*13*57 
MA \ | 


*as»<?*«3SSB Jffi 


* 9 * 




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aauuma 


OrriCIJJ.LT APPROVED 


mammsas 

warn 1 ™ 


Milwaukee, Wise * 


Minneapolis , Minn* 


Morthwestern Colleg e 
Watertown, Wise, 

Tel * Watertown 1313 
(When occupied, 
Watertown 2640, 2541, 
3642, 1251, 1487, 
1S0U ) 


Slenentary School of 
Independent School 
District # 2 
Slk River* Minn* 

TeU Slk River 140 


Resident Agency 
Uadi ton. Wit c, 

, TeU Alpine 5*0205 
22 a*»**22p# »* 7-12-57 
8 A Alexander D • Man ton 
11 pin. 7-13*57 to 
11 aim* 7-13-57 
SA Sldon J, Mueller 
11 «.*,*3 J>.»* 7-13-57 
SA Ronton 

Resident Agency 
Stli cloud, MiMi 
Tel * Blackburn 1-1644 
11 aims pin, 7-\s-57 
3 A Andrew K 4 Uggen 
8 pint 7-12-57 to 
8 gink 7-13-57 
SA 
8 


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7. 

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SiWl - 


Mobile, Ala . 


TO a,n, y-jlz-5? 
SA Uggen > 

20 q+»*«*3 p* nu 7*23*57 be 

54 | _J b7C 

3 p*»* - 3 p*«* 7-13-57 , 
SA Uggen 

Resident Agency 
Pensacola, Fla ♦ » 

?«2» 3q*2oc* 3*4753 
22 a»n *-8 p* *« 7-12-57 ", 

SA, Robert L, Crongeyer 

8 p,m 7-12-57 to 
8 a,u, 7-13-57 
SA Soward W. Gibbs 
8 a.*.- 8 p,m 7-13-57 
SA Crongeyer 

% Ti*ci Standard JTfae with exception of 8 p*n,, 

7-13-57 which is the local standard time of respective field offices , 


0**r«»#22q iff?* 

School 

Citrohelle, Ala, 

TeU Volunteer 6-5533 
(Mobile, Ala,,Sxohange) 


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FIELD OFFICE 

4 

OFFICIALLY APPROVED 
RELOCATION SITE 

RELOCATION SITE 
OPERATION ALERT 1957 
AND PERSONNEL * 

f 

Newark, N. J. 

Administration Building 
Norristown National 
Park 

Norristown, N. J. 

Tel. Jefferson 9 2016 

Resident Agency 
Norristown, N. J. 

Tel. Jefferson 8-4422 
11 a.m.-9 p.n. 

SA Charles E. Kleinkauf 
9 p.n»< 7—12—57 •* to 

7 q.m. 7-13-57 , 

SA 1 i 

7 a.m.-2 p.n. 7-13-57 
SA Kleinkauf 
2 p.n. -8 p.n. 

New Haven, Conn . 

The Hotchkiss School 
Lakeville, Conn. 

Tel. Henlock 5-2591 

The Headmasters Residence 
The JtotChktss School 
Lakeville, Conn. 

Tel. Henlock 5-2591 
,11 a.n.-ll p.n. 7—12—57 
SA 

11 p.n. 7-12-57 to 
11 a.n. 7-13-57 
SA Robert B. Hawley 
11 a.n. - 8 p.n. 7 -13-57 
SA\ | 

i 

New Orleans, La. 

i 

Southwest Mississippi 
Junior College 
Summit, Hiss. 

Tel. Summit 2381 

Resident Agency 
Jackson, Hiss. 

Tel. Jackson 2-8383 
Jackson 2-8384 
11 a.n. -9 p.n. 7-12-57 
SA 1 1 

9 ;p.n. 7-12-57 to 
9 a.n. 7-13-57 
SA James N. Stockton 
9 o.ra.-g P.n. 7-23-57 
1 


#Times stated are Eastern Standard Tine with exception of 8 p.n., 
7-13-57 which is the local standard tine of respective field offices . 


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New fork, j r*r* 







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RELOCATIONSTTk 

2 WSEt -l&sy 

mSm it* QaK HiJtr 


Bennett Jr , college 
for <?tr 2$0 Millbrook, 
N, y* ( current Jy 6«<na 
ftapetlatad? 


Norfolk, 7a, 


Southampton county 
Court Souse, soeond 
Nicer 

Courtland, 7a, 

Tel, Courtland 2361 

2401 


Beetdent Agency 
Poughkeepeie, M, J, 

ToX, Poughkeepeie 
1724 

ll a.n.~3 a:au 7-23-5* 
J 4 l I b 6 

6 p,n, 7+12*5? to b7c 
0 a,n, 7-23-57 
34 Co or go Tempro 
B Q,*,-Q a .n, 7-2J-57 
i 

Beoidont Agency 
Newport Newe, fa, 
foi, Newport Nemo 
2 -3332 

22 a*».-3 p*w* 7-23-57 ! 
34 3«rrp X. McCarthy 
6 p,n, 7-J3-57 -to 
3 «•»* 7-23-57 
34 t7on«# .3* Spratt 
3 a,n,~Q p*»* 7-23-57 
34 McCarthy ,,,,,! 

Beoidont Agency 
Ponca City, okla, 

Tel, Roger 5*3777 
XX a,m,*12 p*»* 7-23-57 
54 Ca2ui» 

' ■ . * 22 p*»* 7-23-57 *0 

22 «U*U 7-23-57 
34 J’Mk 4* Baleo 
XX «.»*- 3 p.«* 7-23-57 ; 
34 Bice \ 

S Ti"?£ standard Tine with exception of a » » 

7-23-57 w^<cA ii tfc* ideal atondord **«« a/ r«ap*ct{p* /2#2d off ice t. 


Oklahoma City, Okla, 


Scetttoh Bite Temple 
Narrtoon Aue, 
Outhrie 0 Okla* 

Tel. 1201 


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Omaha, Neb* 


mwmimmM 


am%m mmw; 


Resident Agency 

SOS O* S* fast Office 

Building 

* Grand Island, Neb* 

Tel , Sup out 2-3690 

? 


i 


mLOCATXOUGXn 

zstsz 

mummk 4.3 


Resident Agency 
Grand Island, Neb* 1 

Tel * Dupont S-3690 
Q a*n*-2 p*m* 7-12*97 
SA Bar old W* be 

Brueggeman b7c 

2 p*m*-20 p*n* 

7-12-57 

541 I 

[ 

lOp* a* -7-12-6 i a*a* 

7-13-57 \ 

SA Brueggeman 
6 a*m*-12 noon , 

7-13-57 

54 I 1 . 

12 noon-4 p*m* 7*23-5? 

SA Brueggeman 
4 7 -13-57 

w n 


Philadelphia, Pa # 


Neva Science Building 
New Dormitory Building 
Lycoming College 
Williamsport, Pa* 

Tel * Williamsport 2-2949 
or Williamsport 4304 
(Resident Agent) 


Office of Head 
Counsellor,:; cu Dormi- 
tory 31dg*,Ly coming 
College, Williamsport 
Pa*, 

Tel* Williamsport 
2-2949 

21 a r m*-22 p*n* 7-22-57 
SA Henry M* loos 
11 p* m* 7-23-11 a*m* 

7 - 13-57 

8A Tred C* Birkby 
21 a*m*-B p*n* 7-13-57 
SA To os 


' f * ! 

Times stated are Eastern Standard Time with exception of Q:p',a^,. 

13-57 sshtch is the local standard ttue of respective field Office, \ 


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Phoenix, Art** 


Pttteburgh, Pa* 


Far Hand, Ora* 


i 

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Preeeott School n 
Bwtiding 
SIS Moot Goodwin 
Preeeott, Art* * 
Tot* Prescott 1290 


Accident Agency 
Preeeott, Arte* 

Tel * Preeeott 1350 
21 a*m**7 p*n* 7*12*57 
SA Bernard F . LaBrmn be 
7 p*n * 7*2S-S7 *0 b?c 

f l.i, 7-23-57 
SA Jeff a* Laird 
7 a*m**6 p*m* 7*13*57 
SA LaBran 


Science Building Accident Agency 

Fairmont State College Fairmont, W* fo. 
Fatmont, 7* Ta. f#2« /blrmant 4335 

Tel* Fairmont 4400 12 a*m**9 p*m* 7+13*57 

SA John S * Brooke 
Q p*m* 7*13*57 to 
0 a*m* 7*13*57 

-« f[ I 

cS a*»**a p*n* ’7*13^57 
SA Brooke 

kt -* - *" 13 * 


Gym Building 
Chennm Indian school 
Chernova, Ore * 

Tel * Snptre 34045 
Imp ire 27991 



Beet dent Agency 
Salem, Ore* 

Tel* Smptre 3*6601 
ll d*m**ll p*m* 7*12*57 
SA Fern F* Davie 


11 p*m**7*22*57 to 

11. OmM*. 2*1 2*52. 

S/d 


It 4.H.-S p.a. 7-13S7 
SA Davie 


•Tinee etdted are Saetern Standard Time with exception of 9 p*n*> 7*13*57, 
which te the lopal etandard tine ef reepective field offices * 

r 2=$=0-#=£3r ; 


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Richmond, fa * 


St* Louie, Mo* 




Salt Late city, 
Utah 


OITIGIALLT APPR 


Of ED 


vwmmjm* 


Oablee Hotel 
Slkton, ft u 
Tel* Hone — 

Immediate connection* 
in emergency* 


Preeeer Hall 
Hardin Junior High 
School 
Mexico, Mo* 

Tel* Juettce 1-3773 
JUetice 1-3774 


Intermountain School 
Bureau of Indian 
Affaire, Department 
of Interior 
Brigham -City, Utah 
Tel* Brighman City 1035 
Teletype-Brigham City 31 





Meeident Agency 
Harrteenburg, fa* 

Tel* Harrteonburg 4-6309 
It a*n*-ll p.n* 7-19-57 
8A Leonard M* falter* b6 
12 p*«u 7—19—57 to b7c 
ll a*m* 7-1 3-57 
SA Millie A* Benner 
11 a *m* - 6 p.m* 7-13-57 
SA Walter e 

Heetdent Agency 
Mexico, Mo* 

Tel Juettce 1-4611 

ll a.n,- IgA 7-12- 57 
SA\ 

Mp*** 7—12 *57 tO 
6 a*m* 7— Id— 57 
HA 

6 jLm.-w EZnl 7-13^57 


SA\ 

lit 


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Heetdent Agency 
Ogden, Utah 
Tel* Import 4-6030 
ll a*u*-ll p*n* 7-19-57 
SA Carter £* Jenee 
ll p.n* 7-19-57 to 
11 a*m* 7 -13-57 


HAl 


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12 a*»* - 9 p.m* 7-13-57 
SA jenee 


% eiated are .Saetern Standard Ttme with exception of $ p*m*, 
7-13-57 mhich to the local etandard time of reepeettue field office e* 


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SM Antonio, Tex* 


Schreiner Institute 
Xerrville, Tsx. 

Tel. Xerrville 331 
Xerrville 1334 


8m Pit go, Calif* 


8ut2dtng 13131 
Ctmp Pendleton 
8 m Mo go Cowttjy, Calif* 
Tel * - Mono* Extensions 
will be run from 
Coop Pendleton in an 
emergency* (Saratoga 2+ 


8m Frond eco, Calif ♦ Bel Monte Properties 

Monterey, Calif * 

Tel. Mayfair 4+64X1 



mzrmjto 
fmmrmmim 


Resident Agency 
Austin, TdOi* 

Tel • Greenwood 8+3501 

11 a.n.+ll p*n. 7+12-3? 
84 George V. U • Carlson 

12 »«». 7+13+5? to 

11 a*m* 7+13+5 7 b6 

8A James C * Xetmedy b " 

It a*m*+3 p*m* 7+13+5? 

8A Carlson 

Resident Agency ' 

Camp Pendleton, Calif * 
Tel* Saratoga 8+4111 
Sat* 2220 

11 a*m*+21 p.m. 7+12+57 
8A m (AJ A* A* Armstrong, Jr. 
‘ 21 p.m* 7+12+57 to ' \ J 

ll a.m. 7+13+57 ; 

SA f 

lla.n.+B p.n. 7+13+57 
8A Armstrong 

Reitdent Agency 
Monterey, Calif* 

Tel. frontier 3+3129 
11 ii *n*+10. p*m * 7+12+57 
8A Frank ¥ * Mitchell 
10 p*m, 7+12+57 to 
10 a .m . 7+13+57 

8 A [ 1 

10 a.n*+3 p.n. 7+13+57 
8A Mitchell 


% ii m H *??*?** , ar Z L * a ?** rn Standard Time with exception of $ n*m** 
7-13-57 Uhl eh a tht local standard tint of retpoeiivo /(old off toot* 


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San Juan, P*R, 


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Savannah, Oa* 


I 

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Seattle, sash. 


Henry Barra eke 
Cayey, Puerto Btco 
Tel* San Juan 8*0000+ 
Sr 0090, Ext, ffenry 
Bar rack e 216+859 


I 


Cay ay, Puer 
T *1 * 2-0000 


TuerSo Bice 


Ext ,330 

TZ a.w.-li P.r; 7*12*57 
SA trillion f* Curran 
ll p,n, 7*12*57 to 

22 a.w. 7*13*57 

SA I I 

II O.n.W* p.»* 7*13*57 
SA Curran 


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Phyeical Education 
Building*' 

Stataoboro + Oa, ' - 
Tab -Popular 4*3419 

i 


Tokina Police 
Department 
Tokina, Bash* 
Tel* aieneeurt 
7*4123 through 
7*412$ 


Physical Education 
Building 
Statesboro + Oa* 

Tel * Popular 4*3419 
11 a,n**U p*n* 7*1:2*57 
SA Janas B* Applegate 
11 p*n* 7*12*57, to 
ll 0*9* 7*13*57 
SA Joseph D* Purutt 
11 a.n,*$ p*» u 7*13*57 
SAA PP l. g0 » 

Resident Agency J 

Tokina, trash » , 

Tsl* Olenoourt 3*9627 
11 a*u»*ll p.n* 7*12*57 
SA Eugene P, Clark 
ll p*m* 7*12*57 to 
21 a* n* 7*13*57 
SA 2, Bert Carter 
11 a*n**$ p*n * 7*13*57 
SA Clark 


* Tines stated are Eastern Standard Tine vtth exception of 6 p*n*+ 7*13*57 
mhtth is the local standard tine of respeettue field offiaee* 

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Springfield, Xll # 


Washington, D» <?♦ 
(Walking ton Tie Id 1 

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RELOCATION SITS 


**D PERSONNEL » 


rigs? 


Xllinoie College 
Jacksonville, Xll » 

TeU c/c Yemen Caine , 
President of College 

rT$i£i 


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Resident Agency 
Peoria, XIU 
Tel « Peoria 4-4131 
ll a»*# -10 p*n. 7-12-57 
SA William, C. Bttt 
10 p*n. 7-12-57 to 
IQ a. n. 7-13-57 
SA Marcus Sj Sharpe 
10 a,a,-a p*a« 7,-13-37 
■SA Mitt - 


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Shepherd State College 
Shepherdetwon, 1* Ta. 
TeUMartineburgh 5372 
Shepherdetom 2941 
President's Off ice t 
Shepherdetom 3371 
Academic Dean and 
Broadcasting Studio f 
Shophsrdstom 3721 
Business Office / 
Education Building 

3071 

Scienee Building 4102 
Cafeteria 4103 
Education Division 
3001 , 

1 Men's Dormitory 3301 
atrls 9 Dormitory 2531 
Teletype- Shepherdetom 
TtX 399 


f > 

Shepherd State College ^ 

Shepherdetom, W+ Ya* ; 

Tel • Martineburg 5872 * 

Teletype Shepherdetom !t 

TtX 399 ■ . 

JU <*♦». 7-12-57 to ^6 ; 

8 p,n, 7«*23«*57 . . b 7 c • 

Continuous wanniny 
SAC £«£• Laughltn 
8A \ * - I . 

54 Lawronce T* Curley 



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7-13-57 which is the local standard tine of respective field offices * 


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MR. L . V. BOARDMAM 


* UNITBD STATES GOVERNMENT 






datk i Jfcn* 99, 1957 


»°m : i. 5. BELMONT /> ^ 

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subject: DEFENSE PLANS — OPERATION ALERT 1957 


Trim.. 

NicicU, 

B«ir4a« 
Bri« 


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PariMi^. 
Rom ^ 
T*m ***** 
Nease 
Vi*terrow4 
T«le. Ro< 4 
HolUou 


9n June Be, 1957, 4t95 p .m., John Atrhart, 
relocation offtcer of the Department, telephonically 
advtoed Supervieor Mtnnioh, Defenee Plane Peek, Liaieon 
Section , that the Attorney General , either June 90. 1957. 
er June 99, 1957 , will make a requeei of ike Bireoior Jo? 
the Wee of m oUreau hue to tranepert executive reeervtete 
to the Department* e relocation ette, Martinekurg, Veet Virginia, 
° n Ju \Y l5 tA 957 ‘ mnd r ***r* *• WUohtngton, D. C., on 

. ul VA 0 * TB5X+ Atrhart wae of the opinion the Attorney General 
would either oontaot the Director telephontcally or eend a chert 
memorandum making euoh a requeet. Aleo, Atrhart underetande the 
requeet will contain the prowioo that the Bureau be reimbureed 
for any coot tnourred in eonnootton with the uee of the hue. 


that Bure 

olaeeee. 

ACTION : 


I k f the Admtnietrattve Divtoton aduteed 

SU LUoee are in uee full time for Bureau training 


For information . 


1 - Mr. Boardman 
1 - Nr. Belmont 
1 - Mr. Roach 
1 - Mr. Mtnnich 


JTIlnoi^s) 


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6/28 - Director's office 
was telephonically advised 
re the above. Qy|p 

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tTANOrtto FORM NOw 64 




Office Memorandum • united states government 


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FROM 




Mr, L. 7 . Boardma 

& r ' 


dates July '6j 1957 


A. H. 


Beli^ 


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SUBJECT: • DEFENSE PLANS - OPERATION .ALERT 1957 

(At relocation site) 



Attached hereto is a copy of proposed instructions 
to all officials and employees shaving, an' interest in or to 9 “ 
participate in Bureau activity at our relocation site during 
Operation Alert 1957* July 12-19 , 1957 . These instructions 
are similar to instructions issued to> employees during Operation 
Alert 1956, and they pertain to the' routing of mail received at 
the site, the handling of incoming and outgoing telephone calls, 
instructions relative to the personal well-being of the employees, 
the duty hours they will be expected to. work, the type of dress 
while’ at the relocation site arid general information regarding their 
conduct during the course of the exercise • Also, the .instructions 
cover use of communication facilities so as to avoid security 
violations, and the fact that a curb drill or test for nonevacuees 
has riot -been . scheduled by civil defense authorities -as of this date • 


Wiatcrrowdl 
T<lo, Room, 
Hollo® _ 

ttawfy - 


If' these instructions are approved, they will be 
disseminated to officials as indicated’ on the attached copyes . 

RECOMlfENDA TI ONS : , 

3 

(l) That the attached copy of instructions be approved 
for dissemination to interested , officials and employees • 


(2) That each official receiving a copy of the instructions 
should inform the , personnel under his supervision relative to their 
participation in Operation Alert 1957 • 




ENCLOSURE! 


itioi 


( 3 ) That in accordance , with procedures followed during 
Operation Alert 1956 , all incoming communications at relocation site 


Enclosure 

JTM:awj y (l2) 

CjUX^' ’ ' 

1-Ni chols 
1-Boardman 
1-Belmont 

1-Ta a 


1-Holloman 
1-Nease 
1-Roach 
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Belmont to Boardman 

DEFENSE PLANS - ^OPERATION ALERT 1957 

(AT RELOCATION SITE) 


; be routed through the Domes tie Intelligence Division immediately 
upon receipt thereof t and outgding communications prior to their 
*, dispatch should be cleared through the Domestic Intelligence 
Division (with the exception of those pertaining to bomb damage 
and fall-out datq, which should be routed immediately to the 
Laboratory Division) 




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July 5, 1957 


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(AT RELOCATION SITE) 

In order that the Domestic Intelligence 
Division mg fulfill its coordinating responsibility**' 
during Operation alert 29 57* keep the Director advised 
°y &1I developments during the course of the exerotse, 
preparation of reports required by 
OW, and to insure that sufficient information will 
almys be available to prepare any necessary briefs 
for the Director's use during the course of the 

** * 3 desirable that all incoming messages 
wicrt exception of those pertatning to bomb damage 
***** aatf3 be fluted through the Domestic 

Intelligence Division * Bomb damage and fall-out data 
fhovld be routed to Mr* Parsons of the Laboratory 
Dtvts ton immediately upon receipt » Laboratory Division 
personnel will process all bomb damage and fall-out 
data and keep the Domestic intelligence Division currently 
advised of , the situation in each field territory* J2 
messages initially received in the Domestic Intelligence 
anc f 1*1 ™ e Laboratory Division will be logged 
ana followed closely where any action is involved* 

< ' Of course, during the time that the Director 

the relocation stte the original of all pertinent 
communications will bs furnished to him immediately 
upon receipt, in which instance a copy of the message 
should be routed through the Domestic Intelligence 
Division or the Laboratory Division as the case may 
be for immediate information where each message will 
be logged and thereafter routed to the appropriate 
Division representative for handling* 


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- Mr* Boardman 

- Mr* Belmont 

- Mr* Tamm 

- Mr* Mohr 

- Mr* Parsons 


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1 - Mr* Holloman 

2 - Mr* Mease , , 

1 - Mr* Poach 

1 - Mr* Broun 

1 - Defense Plans Coordinator 
1 - Mr* Mtmioh 

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Memorandum for Ur * Boardman 

Ret Defense Plana - Operation Alert 195? 


Incomtng and outgoing telephone calls relative 
to Operation Alert made by participating personnel at 
the relocation site mill normally be the subject of a 
written memorandum* To carry out the responsibilities 
of the Domestic Intelligence Division as set forth above, 
a copy of all memoranda should be designated for that 
Division so that we may be fully apprised of the status 
of any problems involved * Similarly the Domestic 
Intelligence Division should be kept currently advised 
of all special problems which in any way pertain to 
Operation Alert 1957* 

Generally speaking , each Divts ton and 
admintstratt ve office parttctpattng in the exercise will 
be responsible for that portion of the exercise and 
procedures or responsibilities resulting therefrom for 
which it would normally be responsible in a Seat of 
Government operation * Thts should tend to make for a 
smooth, well-run operation * In so far as Bureau 
participation in Operation Alert 1957 ts concerned, the , 
exeroise will begin wtth a simulated alert followed by 
the established notification procedures on .the morning 
of July 12, 1957* Bureau personnel or their alternates 
scheduled for evacuation in an actual emergency should 
awatt notification from the person who is now scheduled 
to pass on the alert signal during, normal working hours * \ 
Upon receipt of this signal all 187 } individuals or their v 
alternates scheduled for relocation in an actual emergency 
should proceed to the corrtdor outside Room 1541 where 
they will be "checked off Those individuals scheduled 
to participate in the exercise at the Bureau relocation 
site will at that time be dispatched to transportation, 
either privately owned vehicles or a Bureau bus*v All 
other individuals will return to their assigned duties * 

Personnel going to the relocation site on 
July 12, 1957$ should report to work that morning prepared 
to spend the next seven days at the relocation site * In 
this connection, it should be noted that as many people 
as poostble will be released on the evening of the 
second day, Saturday, July 13, 195? • All meals at 
Quantico wtll be served in the dining room beginning 
wtth lunch on J&y 12* Ample towels, soap and bedding 


Memorandum for Mr « Boardman 

Bet defense Plano • Operation Alert 1$57 


are available at the relocation site* BAB Sloan has 
advised that arrangements have been made for two~duy 
laundry and dry cleantng service while at the relocation 
site ♦ Everyone should come supplied with sufficient 
clothing and other personal necessities to see them 
through the entire period of the exercise * Normal 
business attire will not be required of clerical 
employees * female employees may year such informal 
attire as anklets and loafers tnstead of high~heeled 
shoes , etc * Shorts will not be permitted • 

Bach Division head should make certain that 
all personnel participating in the exercise are impressed 
with the seriousness of this operation and that frivolity 
wtll not be permitted* All Agent personnel will be 
expected to work 12+hour shtfts i*e*, 8 a*m*$ to a p*m* 
Clerical personnel will in so far as possible be 
scheduled on an 8-hour shift basis * Those employees 
reporting to the relocation site on duly 12 who are 
scheduled to work a night shift may be permitted to 
spend the period from the time of reporting to the 
academy to 8 p*m*, resting in thetr assigned bedroom 
or in the recreation room • 

On arrival at the relocation site i each employee 
will sign In on an appropriate register and on departure 
will sign out on the same register* Bach employee wtll 
also be required to sign the Divisional Begtster daily • 
Bach Division head will assume the responsibility of 
calling the Sine and attendance clerk of each Division 
at the Beat of Co verment to make certain the time and 
attendance records are up to date as required* 

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In the event it becomes necessary for the 
family or dependents of an employee to contact an 
employee while at the relocation site t such contact 
should be made through the act tng Division head at 
the Beat of Government who wtll in turn contact the 
employee at the relocation site and arrange for that 
employee to contact his or her family * tinder no 
circumstances should a member of the employee's family 
visit the relocation site during the test * Ttfere is* 


Memorandum for Ur * Boardmn 

Pet Defense Plans - Operation Alert 195? 


of course , no objection to employees informing their 
adult dependents they are participating in Operation 
Alert 1957 at the Bureau relocation site for the 
period of July 12 through 19 , 195 ? « Each Division 
head should make certain that operations for which he 
is responsible during the test period are adequately 
covered at all times* To that end , meals will be 
served over a two-hour periods including the midnight 
shift * Employees will be permitted to claim yUVO 
per diem per day less 96# per night for lodging 
furnished by the Government * Bleeping accommodations 
will be available for all individuals participating 
in this test* Specific room assignments will be 
made at the relocation site* Once again it is imperative 
that all employees be impressed with the seriousness 
of thts operation* Each employee should be familiar 
with his dr her duties at the relocation site and bear 
in mind that this is a test of the Bureau's reaainess 
to carry out our essential functions under emergency 
conditions and that* th4 event of ci real emergency* 
the FBI has tremendous responsibilities for the internal 
security of thts country* 


Regarding the use of communication facilities 
at Quant ico, QDU has advised th-it it i3 a violation of 
security regulations to do any of the following in 
plain text messages* 


1* Associate the name of an agency with 
its code name, e*g*$ * This is the FBI, (Code name J* 
■tlso, it should be realised in placing teleptone calls 
to an agency's relocation site, (1) from our relocation 
site through one of our tie-lines to High Point or 
(2) from the Director's mobile radio, that the code 
name of the agency called must be given to the High 
Point switchboard operator by a Bureau switchboard 
operator or by the Dtrector, respectively* Since 
the xgency's code name has been used any further 
reference to that agency during instant call should ve 
made by use of the a getcy's code name, if possible* 

2, issaciate the nme of an agency with the 
geographic locution of its relocation site* 


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Memorandum for Mr* Doardman 

Ret Defense Plans - Operation Alert 195? 


j* Associate the name of an agenoy or its 
code name with the agency*s relocation site commercial 
telephone number * 

4* Refer to local weather , past, present 
or forecast * 

5 , Send the same message in plain text 
(orally or in writing) that was previously sent tn 
coded form or vice versa* Personnel at or making 
calls to the relocation site are also cautioned not 
to disclose or discuss classified information by 
telephone * 

As of this date Gtvil Defense authorities 
have not included in Operation Alert 1957 ® .* 

drill or test for nonevacuees* As a result. Meat 
of Government employees not scheduled for relocation 
in an actual emergency should pursue their normal 
duties after the alert ts sounded at 12tOO noon, 

SDST, duly 12, 195? * 

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(1) Each official receiving a copy of this 
memorandum should appropriately advise the personnel 
under his supervision relative to their participation 
in Operation Alert 195?* 




(P.) In accordance with procedures followed 
during Operation Alert 195& incoming communications 
should be routed through the Domestic Intelligence 
Division immediately upon recetpt thereof and outgoing 
communications prior to their dispatch should be cleared 
through the Domestic Intelligence Divtsion offices at 
the relocation site (with the exception of those 
pertaining to bomb damage and fall-out data which should 
be routed immediately to the Laboratory Division )* 


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MR. TOLSON 


DATE: July H, 1957 


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I are requiring full time 
We are only* taking nine code clerks 


Quantico and in view of the munber of problems to be worked out in the 
exercises requiring coding, we feel there will be a possible jam-up on 
typing operations and, accordingly, we propose to add a typist from the 
Records ‘Branch to work in the Code Room during the first two days of the 
exercises. Mr. Belmont concurs and we will have Miss Jacqueline Walden "x' 
prepared to go to Quantico with the Bureau group tomorrow morning and to * 
release her Saturday night. 



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MR. TOLSON 


DATE: 7/8/57 


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OPERATION ALERT 1957 
JOSEPH^HGENMANN - 
BUREAU OF TIBS BUDGET 


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Mr. Eigenmann, who handles the Bureaus appropriation at the 
Bureau of the Budget, had previously told me that there would be no Inspector vw& 
at the Operation Alert 1957 but it was possible that some of the representatives 
of the Bureau of the Budget would visit some of their agencies during Operatj 
Alert merely as a- matter of determining how the agencies function during 
Alert and -to get acquainted with the emergency operations of the particular 
agency. Mr. Eigenmann said there was a possibility he might visit the Bureau’s 
.facility: during Operation Alert 1957. 

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Mr. Eigenmann called me today and stated that, he was . desirous of 
visiting the’ Bureau’s. facility for Operation Alert 1957 on Friday afternoon. 
staying through Sunday afternoon. He said he would be able to get away from 
Washington at 4:00 p. m. on Friday, July 12. 



Ltold Mr. Eigenmann that it would be a pleasure for us to have him 
with us during Operation Alert and after discussing the matter with you, I told 
him that I would make the necessary arrangements to pick him up and take 
him to Quantico on Friday. I will remain with him during the period he is at 
iQuantico and will return him to his home. 



' BUREAU PERSONNEL TO BE EVACUATED TO 
RELOCATION SITE- AT APPROXIMATELY , * 

9:30 A.M. EASTERN, DAYLIGHT SAVING 
TIME, JULY 12 ,, 1957 . . 

.OPERATION ALERT 1957 

Office of Assistant fco the Director 

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Inspector C* D; De Loach 
Miss Ruth McCord , 


Records and Communications Division 

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Communications Section 


Switchboard 


Teletype 


Code Room 


Records Section 


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Domestic Intelligence Division 

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Assistant Director Belmont 


Liaison Section . 

Mr; R. R. Roach 
Mr* J* W. Brown 
Mr* J* T* Mlnnlch 


(in addition to above, as of this; date, six 
Liaison Agents are scheduled >to. relocate at sites of those* 
critical agencies with which we normally do business*) 

Internal Security Section Espionage Section 

Mr* P. - J* Baumgardner Mr. ,W; A. 'Branigan 

Mr* P* R; Bibler Mr. i». Whitson 

Mr* J* D* Donohue Mr* w: A. Wannall 


Subversive Control Section ' 

Mr; J. P* Bland 
Mr*. P; L. Cox 
Mr! T*. D* Rushing 


Laboratory Division - ’ 

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Assistant Director Parsons 

Mr. R. L. Millen 

Mr. G. L. Davy 

Mr. R. P. Pfafman 

Mr* P. M* Miller 

Mr: C. P. Downing 

Mr. J. P. Gallagher 

Mr* W. R* Heilman 


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